Protests Challenge Correa

Thursday, 23 July 2015

A combination of factors, including higher taxes and his authoritarian methods of governing, and fears of “venezuelization,” have led to massive protests against Ecuador’s President, Rafael Correa. Biggest protests have been in Guayaquil, home of fierce opponent and former mayor Jaime Nebot.

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